Kim Zolciak Seeks Physical Custody Of Children In Kroy Biermann Divorce


Up until now, reality TV star Kim Zolciak had remained quiet about her ex-husband Kroy Biermann’s divorce filing. However, she has finally responded with some demands of her own. In her counterclaim filed in court, Zolciak is requesting primary physical custody of their four children.

Key Takeaway

Reality TV star Kim Zolciak has filed a counterclaim in response to her ex-husband Kroy Biermann’s divorce filing. Zolciak is seeking primary physical custody of their four children and is requesting shared legal custody. Additionally, she is seeking temporary and permanent alimony, as well as child support. The couple is also in the process of dividing their shared assets, including their Georgia mansion, which has been listed for sale.

Zolciak, who is known for her appearances on “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” is not shy about expressing her desire for the children to live with her. While she suggests that legal custody be shared between both parents, she is adamant about being granted primary physical custody.

Although Zolciak does not go into detail about why she believes she should have full-time custody, she states in the documents that she is a “loving, fit and proper parent.” She does, however, acknowledge that Kroy Biermann should have “liberal visitation” rights with the children.

In addition to custody matters, Zolciak states that she is financially dependent on Biermann and is requesting both temporary and permanent alimony, as well as child support. This request is in direct opposition to Biermann’s recent filing, where he requested sole physical and legal custody, along with support and alimony.

Regarding the division of shared property and assets, Zolciak is seeking an equitable distribution. Notably, the couple has a Georgia mansion together, which they recently listed on the market for $6 million.

It appears that Biermann’s persistence in ending the marriage has finally caught Zolciak’s attention, prompting her to respond with her own set of demands.